Selamat Mengundi – Just Change!

So, folks, today is the day.

I am 44 years old and if I count correctly, I have voted two or three times. But this 2008 is the only election where I realised I have my role to play. Previously, it is just the follow the crowd and we did it without much thoughts and feelings.

This Malaysia 12th General Election has evoked feelings that I have never felt about the election. I am not sure if it is because I am more informed or is it because I am one of the millions of Malaysians who are tired of being treated as morons. I am sick and tired of listening to people telling us how great we are. I am pissed listening to our PM harping on ‘no one will defend your Chinese voices’. Sick, sick, sick.

Because of that, I am leaning to DAP and PKR and even PAS. What our Barisan Nasional leaders failed to see is – THIS ELECTION IS ABOUT US, THE RAKYAT. It is not them. It is not who is up there. I don’t care who is the next Penang CM. As long as he got balls. It is about what we want as a nation.

I want these :

1) That our Government will stop reminding me that Allah belongs to them only. I hate the fact that Pak Lah just shut us all up with one threat and we are expected to walk off lamely. Pak Lak said everything, including naming my Lord.

2) That the Education Minister will stop harping to our little children about races. And stop stuffing so much useless subjects to our children.

3) That our moronic politicians will stop camwhoring with the lame, sick, retarded, Mongloid, limbless and etc to tell us they are some kind hearted people who are doing good deeds. All we want from you is to get more allocations of money to help them. You are not helping enough. Period. (sorry for the descriptions but Chia Kwang Chye and that dunno-what-his-name just left some pamphlets at our doors at 9 pm on the eve of polling day so I am utterly tiu-ed)

4) That all the political leaders will have a heart for others and just go and do their work without waiting for once every five years to put on a show.

So, I am leaving this song from Youtube which has sort of glued into my heart. Again, I am not pro-DAP or any political parties but I am driven to this end because suddenly, I realised that I hate being told fairy tales every day on the mainstream media. Enough is enough!

Send forth Your Holy Spirit!

17 thoughts on “Selamat Mengundi – Just Change!

  1. Glad & proud knowing another true Malaysian here with a passionate sincerity in wanting to have a better future for our nation.
    You serve your country well by doing what what you do best..blogging and ‘tiu-ing’ those ‘Humka-lings’!!!!
    Let’s make today a historical ‘ANG ANG'(red red)-KIA SI LANG polling day!

  2. Auntie Lilian,

    Here I am to wish you goodluck in voting. All the best to Penang! New government!!!

  3. To those corrupt hum kah chans who have been raping our nation wealth,we are fucking you out today. The rakyat will be victorious and those former retard leaders who cannot hear our voices will beg for our mercy.

    Vote For Change.

  4. (Alphonso Tan) hehehe . funny lah.. Aunty Lilian.. hehehehe:
    it just sounded funny.. wakkaakak
    * silent laugh* heheh

  5. Hope for the best in Penang. From what I hear, looks like Gerakan maybe on the way out. >:)

    I’ve not yet cast my vote as my Dad is out helping DAP as a vote count observer and so, not everyone can go out at the same time.

    So, come 2pm, I’ll undi in the folks whom I think can be responsible enough to answer to me.. THEIR BOSS.



  6. Angie – Ya, I heard DAP has deployed people to be ghost busters so they have very few people left for the booths outside. It feel so good to make that cross. Like a burden off my shoulder. Makkal Sakti!

    Mike/CY – Tonight my hubby said wanna kepoh at Masyarakat Penyayang to see the vote counting. Tonight is more kan cheong than any World Cup final.

    whojen – Alphonso very young oni lerr…I met him twice liao.

    Alphonso – Let’s wait and see.

    9pek9bo – Ya, if we don’t do something, we feel so helpless hor?

    Is/Klaw – Yeah, People’s Power.

  7. Lillian, fantastic postings on the GE. Overseas Malaysians like me who are heartsick at the state of our beloved country are DESPERATE for real accounts of what is happening on the ground. Please keep updating as the results come out slowly this evening, I wont be able to sleep tonight until I know roughly who won, and by how much. Much appreciated!

    Time for change!!

  8. I really can’t wait to watch the telly tonight. Really hope that there would be a change. Enough is enough…..We have paid enough taxes, so the gomen better start serving us well!!!!

  9. Change is always inevitable but the question is when, but looking of today’s political climate it won’t be soon enough. But I think people is converging slowly to new direction.

    To all Malaysian, happy voting.

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